Workshop Opportunity: Cultural Safety and Humility

This year’s hybrid BC Physiotherapy Conference runs from April 30–May 2 at the Westin Bayshore. CPTBC is sponsoring a four-hour interactive workshop on May 1 on cultural safety and humility.

Date:  May 1, 2022 (following the PABC forum)
Location:  Oak Room, Westin Bayshore Hotel, Vancouver, BC
Time:  9:00 am to 1:00 pm

The workshop will explore these questions related to Anti-Indigenous Racism: What is it? How do you notice it in your work and personal lives? What does it mean to work towards reconciling relationships?

Led by two facilitators, participants will:

  • identify and unpack key terms
  • discuss and develop your relationship with land acknowledgments
  • explore the TRC Calls to Action in Health & Culturally-Safe Practice
  • discover Anti-Racist practices to weave into your personal & professional lives
  • take a heart-centred journey through Canada’s history with Indigenous Peoples

You will experience Indigenous teachings that will support you to connect your mind with your heart to enliven change in your personal life and within your professional communities.


Tanu Gamble BA, MEd, RCC

Tanu is Haida and Tsimshian from the North Coast of B.C. She has worked in the field of Indigenous health for over 17-years and has been delivering Indigenous Cultural Safety workshops for the past 4-years. Tanu is currently a practicing clinical counsellor in private practice and at SFU.

Jennifer Dehoney BHK, BSc.(PT)

Jennifer is a member of the Missanabie Cree First Nation and is also of mixed European ancestry. She is a founding board member at Kilala Lelum, an Indigenous health & healing centre in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside neighbourhood, and is a former physiotherapist. She has been facilitating Indigenous Cultural Safety workshops for the past 4-years and has over 18-years of experience working in Indigenous Health.

Registration information coming soon.